Likely JCA meeting in December to review IAS and IPS agent transfers


JCA meeting likely in December to consider IAS and IPS agent transfers

Rahil gupta

New Delhi, November 09: Joint Cadre Authority (JCA) meeting likely to take place in December to review the transfers of IAS and IPS agents, which is eagerly awaited.

Sources told Cross Town News that the Home Office (MHA) would likely call a Joint Cadre Authority meeting in December, at which transfers of IAS and IPS officers from the AGMUT cadre are expected to take place.

The meeting will bring together all members of the Joint Cadre Authority.

Recently, the direct assignment of an IAS agent from the AGMUT framework has been done in the J&K segment of the AGMUT framework, which will be a notion in the coming years to enter or exit the UT of J&K.

The authority of joint cadres was taken into account by the All-India Services Rules, 1972, where they apply to a joint cadre formed for any group of states other than the joint cadre of Union territories.

A Committee will be set up made up of a representative of each of the Governments of the Constituent States, called the Common Framework Authority.

The Joint Cadre Authority will determine the names of the members of All-India Services, who may be called upon to serve from time to time in connection with the affairs of each of the Constituent States and the period or periods for which their services will be available to this government.


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